It is a witty and savage satire of the rise of Hitler - recast by Brecht into a small-time Chicago gangster's takeover of the city's greengrocery trade.
Nobel Laureate for Literature (1990), the Mexican poet, essayist and diplomat Octavio Paz died 20 years ago. A visionary and surrealist, his words and ideas created a unity of politics, culture and history.
The ban on property developer donations is a huge breach in democratic and legal principles.
All of this – and more – prompted Israel’s Labor Party to sever its historic relations with Corbyn’s Labour Party in early April.
Hungary has slashed illegal immigration by more than 99 per cent
Her hands dripped with the blood of South Africa's people, went a reflective Xoliswa Falati, who formerly knew her and claimed to have gone to prison for her.
Can’t we please stick to exporting vegemite, wool and yes – coal?
What we need is a new corporate world in which those who chair companies are independent leaders of social respect and honour.
It shouldn't be a shock that our corrupt political establishment, insulated by a groupthink that is at once fainthearted and incredibly arrogant, cannot define something better than the status quo.
There are many reasons to be sceptical or even concerned about the ANC under a Ramaphosa presidency.
A new generation hooked on technology has given up on democracy and shut the door to civil discussion, instead choosing hate, defensiveness and extreme solutions.
Australian voting patterns suggest that although the overall dominance of the main parties remains, voters increasingly vote against a party as opposed to for the opposition.